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Oct 7, 2012 5:00am EDT
government agency and believe accountability starts with those affected the most. >> we are trying to recognize the fact that unless we have parent and child participation, especially those impacted by the system, we don't see real change. we can have a conversation, which is nice, but it's not moving towards positive change. >> at least one morgan state student believes intervention should begin closer to home. >> i feel like it could be done more in communities for people to uplift minorities and show them positive views on life and positive aspects so we can do positive things to uplift each other. >> and that was tim tooten reporting. >> 5:27, 47 degrees on tv hill. >> pet owners beware, some animals are having an allergic reaction to a common ingredient in pet shampoos. >> and it's dry right now but rn in the forecast. >> coming up at 11:30 a.m. on 11 tv hill, i had the opportunity to interview dr. dellenua. and allison buckhalter is here to tell us about journey home. are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devic
Oct 14, 2012 5:00am EDT
replaced in the last three years. in a government test of 11 counterfeit bags last month, officials discovered 10 of them never inflated or failed to inflate properly. one counterfeit bag shot flames and shards of metal to the crash test dummy. we have a link on our website, it seems like we keep spending more and more money on things and shaving, whether a man or woman, is no exception. the price of razorblades is going up. it's easy for the average american to spend $500 on shaving supplies. why it's so expensive. is true that there's expensive materials in razor blades like titanium. >> fred zimmerman studied manufacturing for years. he says although materials like titanium can cost up to $20 a pound, the greater reason razorblades are so expensive is lack of competition. >> now procter and gamble owns gillette, there's only a couple of companies that produce razorblades. >> it allows manufacturers to name their price. it used to be you could buy a straight edge straight up. >> with a belt, shimmy it like so. >> sharpen it every once in a while and you'd be set but ev
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